Fish and chips.

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by HoodieMcFoodie, Aug 9, 2020.

Malt vinegar or lemon

  1. Malt Vinegar

    149 vote(s)
    72.0%
  2. Lemon

    31 vote(s)
    15.0%
  3. I just want milk that tastes like real milk

    0 vote(s)
    0.0%
  4. I like turtles

    27 vote(s)
    13.0%
  1. aging_rocker

    aging_rocker Tele-Afflicted

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    You forgot the magic ingredient...I fixed it for you :)

    I've lost my all my beer in the pub carpark in one second thanks to the 'cockle man' - food poisoning in a basket.
     
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  2. KevinB

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    Or...too much beer. ;)
     
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    After leaving my home town of Liverpool I spent two years living in London.

    There was not one millisecond when I was ever tempted to try jellied eels.
     
  4. Peegoo

    Peegoo Friend of Leo's

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    I didn't vote because you failed to include tartar sauce or cocktail sauce.

    Vinegar, to me, is one of the most unappetizing odors. Get it around food, and I don't want to eat. Yeah, I know there's vinegar in tartar sauce, but it's pretty buried.
     
  5. aging_rocker

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    I wish...I have rarely lost my beer due to an excess of it, but that time I had the cockles - wow, it was almost instant, and it was so unpleasant I cannot to this day eat shellfish of any kind.

    And as for jellied eels...sheesh...that's just NOT happening. :twisted:
     
  6. Uncle Daddy

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    Jellied eels are for tourists. Real Londoners eat them stewed.

    There's a lake near me that used to be an eeling. It's long since changed; eels are a protected rarity now.
     
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